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ADDICTIVE Z Dust is a mix of combat, exploration and imagination, made with spellbinding artistry
SPELLBINDING: Liz Barnfield (front, centre) with the other medical students who were involved in the sketch show
The film also features an exceptional soundtrack of bluegrass mountain music and some spellbinding Sacred Harp communal hymn singing.
8 The Way the Crow Flies AnnMarie MacDonald (HarperCollins)A spellbinding sophomore outing from the multitalented gay Canadienne.
This is Tyree's tenth novel and one of his most absorbing and spellbinding.
But at the centre, experiencing the pain of losing a son, is Angela, played by a spellbinding Julie Walters.
It's a typically stylish Brian De Palma thriller, based on the Michelangelo Antonioni film BlowUp, with spellbinding photography and fascinating psychological overtones.
The company has developed a number of spellbinding schemes available at selected developments across the region throughout the Halloween period, including its popular Finishing Touches, free carpets and curtains, a Laura Ashley design service and five per cent deposit or legal fees paid.
It's easy to understand his artistic dilemma, though: Creating sequences of such uncanny power necessarily upsets the very idea of narrative or thematic resolution; those spellbinding intervals overwhelm not just the characters but the film itself.
This wealth of spellbinding detail creates a rather gossipy relationship between author and reader -- particularly since much of the evidence relates to intimate surgical operations.
Danzig, one of the nation's most spellbinding motivational speakers, will be a guest at the NACORE New York Holiday Evening Party, co-sponsored with IDRC, on Tuesday, December 7th at 7:30 p.m.